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Her Ballon d'Or win confirmed the Norwegian as the best player in the world, but a long-running dispute with the national team means she won't be participating on the biggest stage

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When it comes to recruitment, it's not just racism where sports journalism has a problem – it operates a system which freezes out the very voices from which it needs to hear more

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February issue available now online and in store

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There have been few empty seats at Craven Cottage this season but with some fans feeling priced out, a short-sighted ticketing policy could have long-term implications

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After more than 600 appearances in red and white hoops the 37-year-old shows no sign of slowing down, but his club legend status has long been secure

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It started badly and got worse, but Swindon's terrible 1993-94 season still gave supporters cherished memories that will last a lifetime

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Players, just like fans, have their own quirky habits and routines ahead of a match, including Lev Yahsin smoking and Ian Wright preferring something stronger

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After his well-publicised rise from non-League to English champion, the Leicester striker has launched a project to allow others to take the same route

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January issue available now online and in store

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From a Bradford fan drawing Scunthorpe's new badge on the way home from a match to Birmingham's gas-engineer-design effort, it's surprising that so many club badges were designed by supporters, as this extract from The Beautiful Badge explains

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